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Is de sucre caramélisé vegan?

De sucre caramélisé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de sucre caramélisé?

"De sucre caramélisé" is a French term that translates to "caramelized sugar" in English. This delectable food ingredient is created by heating granulated sugar until it melts and turns a rich golden-brown color, resulting in a distinct caramel flavor and aroma. Caramelized sugar is commonly used as a flavoring agent in various dishes, including desserts, sauces, and marinades. Its natural sweetness and depth of flavor make it a popular ingredient in pastry and confectionery. Caramelized sugar adds a unique touch to any dish, bringing a rich, complex flavor that is sure to tantalize your taste buds.

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